Controversial sex show returns to William & Mary
A year after the traveling theatrical production embroiled the campus in controversy, the Sex Workers' Art Show returns to the College of William & Mary tonight, the Associated Press reports. "For practical as well as philosophical reasons," says William & Mary president Taylor Reveley in a statement, "I will not play the censor." The difference this year is that Reveley has mandated that a forum take place this morning where protesting students can voice their opinions. As the Hook reported in a cover story last year, anger among some members of William & Mary's board over the Sex Workers' Art Show helped lead to the firing of former College president Gene Nichol.